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    The diplomatic rout that Israel is going through at this time is unprecedented in the history of Israel. The world is getting genuinely disgusted with the Nyet and Yahoo duo, running a McCarthyite and Apartheid-like regime. The recognition of a Palestinian state in the 1967 borders is coming close to reality, and is likely to happen this year. For this reason, the Palestinians may also choose to remember this Israeli government as the dummies that enabled the duo Abbas-Fayyad to get their state recognized. On the other hand, perhaps they will choose to give credit only to the Palestinian leaders of this time. So Netanyahu and Lieberman may become an eternal memory either in one state or two./ Incidentally, once the UN recognizes Palestine in the 1967 borders, it will be very difficult, if not impossible, to negotiate a peace agreement without a 1:1 territorial exchange.

    from the article: Israel can't stop Palestinian independence
    First published 02:27 19.01.11 | Last updated 02:27 19.01.11
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